Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
C.18/19
Now the garage to No. 10, formerly the village forge. Red brick with old tiled half-hipped roof. Two windows and door on east facade, garage doors in north end.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 057
0707 49
Houses
No. 12, West Court Cottage and No. 14, West Court. A timber-framed building refaced with painted brick and stucco, some timber framing exposed in west wall, tiled roof. No. 12 is single storey, No. 14, originally a C.15 hall-type dwelling has two storeys and attic in half-hipped gable. Sash and casement windows, bow window to ground floor of No. 14. Carriageway arch cut through between houses, doors under the archway.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 057
0707 51
Houses (4)
C.19
Nos. 16, 18, 20 and 22. An early C.19 terrace of two-storey houses. Built of red brick with grey headers. Sash windows. Modern flat hoods to doors. Plaque at first floor reads, 'Place Cottage'.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 057
0707 52
Public House
The West End. Probably replaced No. 26 as an inn. Public House front of brown glazed tiles with decorative tiled panels. Large barn at rear.     CA
SU 539 059
0707 266
Houses (2)
No. 26, Old Inn House, and No. 28, Guessen's Cottage. Formerly an inn. Two storeys painted brick. No. 26 has carriage entrance to right, and decorative lettered emblems on two corners. No. 28, once a shop, with bakehouse at rear, shop fa‡ade retained, with new windows inserted, bay windows to upper floor.     CA
SU 538 057
0707 267
Houses (3)
Nos. 36, 38 and 40. Timber-framed with red brick infilling, herringbone on first floor. Tiled roof with large off-centre chimney. One and a half storeys with three dormers. Casement windows; central door and flanking windows all under cornice. Rear cross wings.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 538 057
0707 53
Houses (2)
C.17
Nos. 42 and 44. Two-storey house with gable end to street, this has small blocked attic window with date 1690 below. Brick faced using a mixture of brickwork styles, tiled roof with large chimney stack. Casement windows and main door in brick porch. Modern extension to south. Low garden wall incorporating knuckle bones of sheep in the brickwork.     CA
SU 537 058
0707 54
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